The study almost certainly did not capture the full extent of the campus-linked surge.
The draft was submitted a week before Trump’s executive order, which bore striking similarities.
The magazine’s editors said they were “compelled” by Trump’s rejection of science, which “has badly damaged the U.S.”
Bacteria and harmful metals have accumulated in the unused water in building pipes during the pandemic lockdown.
There’s insufficient evidence to support widespread use of the drug for treating COVID-19, according to health experts.
Experts point to cuts made during the Great Recession and decisions to shift public services to for-profit entities.
Many communities with big outbreaks have spent little federal money on local public health departments.
Federal government efforts to address the supply chain have foundered.
Community farms have been able to reorient marketing and production to serve the urgent needs of their communities.
At least 49 state and local public health leaders have resigned, retired or been fired since April across 23 states.